Guidance

Orange Book

This guidance establishes the concept of risk management.

Documents

Risk Appetite Guidance Note

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Risk Management Skills and Capabilities Framework

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Good Practice Guide: Risk Reporting

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This guidance establishes the concept of risk management and provides a basic introduction to its concepts, development and implementation of risk management processes in government organisations.

It should be read and used in conjunction with the other publications such as the Green Book which provides specific advice on appraisal and evaluation.

Published 29 May 2013
Last updated 23 August 2021 + show all updates
  1. Risk Appetite Guidance Note replaced with version 2.0

  2. The 'Good Practice Guide: Risk Reporting' has been added to the collection.

  3. The 'Risk Management Skills and Capabilities Framework' publication has been added to the collection.

  4. Added Risk Appetite Guidance Note document

  5. The Orange book has been revised.

  6. Updated with Orange Book: a high-level summary.

  7. Updated Orange book.

  8. First published.